The 2015 FETL Fellows' Research

The 2015 FETL Fellows' Research

17th November 2015

"The Fellows are part of FETL’s learning about how we can work most effectively to achieve our aims – they have been our trailblazers, and their legacy begins now." FETL President Dame Ruth Silver.

In September 2014, FETL announced applications for its first structured Fellowship programme. This aimed to give current leaders (at all levels) in the FE & Skills sector the time and space to explore an interest of passion, and to research it thoroughly in a manner that ensured academic credibility.

The inaugural Fellows were drawn from a range of different institutions across Further Education and Skills, and each worked on a project with a distinct focus.  FETL is delighted to now publish their research with the end result  a rich set of data, diverse but with clear common themes, and a compelling set of recommendations capable of making a difference to further education, training and skills in the UK.

A summary of each Fellow’s research with with a introduction by FETL President Dame Ruth Silver. can be found here with the full reports available via the links below.

Alex Day: Fellow 2015
Alex Day: Fellow 2015
2016
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Ann Creed: Fellow 2015
Ann Creed: Fellow 2015
2016
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Ruth Allen: Fellow 2015
Ruth Allen: Fellow 2015
2016
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Tim Ward: Fellow 2015
Tim Ward: Fellow 2015
2016
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FETL will continue to work closely with the Fellows to ensure a strong legacy both for their work and for the Fellowship scheme.

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